Creative Reuse Internship Application
Thank you for expressing interest in our internship program! Please take a few minutes to complete this Google form.

After completing this form, please email your resume and cover letter to info@pccr.org. In your cover letter please be sure to tell us which internship(s) you’re interested in, why you’d like to work with us, and how your particular skills, experience, and interests fit with our mission.

If you have any questions, please let us know by emailing info@pccr.org. Thank you!
First Name *
Last Name *
Pronouns *
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Email Address *
Phone Number *
Street Address *
City *
State *
Zip Code *
Internship Choice *
If you are interested in more than one internship, please list your top three choices.
If you are a student, list your major or area of study. If you are not a current student, list your current work.
For students, list your college or university. If you are not a current student, list your most recent employer.
Degree Program
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Will your internship fulfill a degree requirement or earn credit? If so, please tell us about your internship requirements. *
After reviewing our mission statement (at pccr.org/about-us/), please tell us how you feel it aligns with your personal values. Tell us what aspect of our mission is most meaningful to you? *
Preferred start date *
Preferred end date *
How many total hours would you like to serve? *
Creative Reuse internships require a minimum commitment of 120 hours (estimated 8 weeks/15 hours per week). Longer commitments are welcome and encouraged. Please contact us before applying if you have a shorter number of hours to serve or if you have any other questions about the time commitment.
What days and times do you expect to be available? *
Creative Reuse is open from 10AM – 7PM, Monday through Sunday.
How have you interacted with Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse *
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How did you hear about this opportunity? *
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